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Hilarious. 

 

I just hope he has given basketball up.  Don't need him breaking an ankle - or worse - in a pickup game!

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Dude is crazy athletic for his size. Can't imagine what he can do in a few years

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Hope to see him on some pass routes!  Seems to have pretty good hands.

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impressive. you know what would be more impressive though? The no look pancake haha 

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Out of the below article.....

 

 

His senior season at Red Bank Catholic in the 2013-14 school year, Nelson led his team in scoring (12.9 points per game) and rebounding (7.0 per game), but what set the big boy apart on the hardwood was his ability to grab rebounds, get out into transition and find open teammates.

 

https://www.colts.com/news/quenton-nelson-left-guard-and-point-guard

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9 hours ago, CR91 said:

impressive. you know what would be more impressive though? The no look pancake haha 

What if he twirled the Syrup bottle in the air with one hand, did the squirt from 5 feet away and nailed the Pancakes without a mess :scoregood:

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9 minutes ago, NorthernBlue said:

Look how big this dude looked in HIGH SCHOOL 

 

6ft 6inch, 300 lbs, lol, in high school!!!! Dude was/is a beast! And he does(or did) Tae Kwan Do.... Feel sorry for his opponents lol

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